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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1924)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1924.
Se Dribkell- formerly a well
known reiident of Heppnvr and Mor
row county, arrived hero from Ritter
Hot spring! the firnt of week and
hn been a giunt at the home of hit
daughter, Mm. K. L. Benfv. Havinf
been in poor health for tome time,
Mr. DriRkell decided to take the
baths at Ritter, and after about fif
teen dayi ha is fully r stored to
health and lays he never felt better
in hit life. It it fourteen years lince
Mr. Uriskell left Heppner and he
notes a great many changes in the
appearance of the city in that time,
lie will accompany the family of Mr.
Uenge to Portland, where they will
visit with relatives for a day or so,
then drive to his home at Lewiston,
the Benges returning vi Walla Wal
la for a short visit and getting back
to Heppner in time for the opening
of school. They leave here on Friday.
Kenneth Robb and Samuel Baer
of Bilker were in Heppner Tuesday
on business, coming by way of Can
yon City and going on from here to
Pendleton. These gentlemen are in
terested in securing members for the
Scottish Rite Consistory at Baker.
Accompanying them was Hon. O. P.
Co a haw, candidate on the democratic
ticket for justice of the supreme
court and present incumbent of that
office. Mr. Coshaw is also Grand
Master of the Masons of Oregon and
was at Canyon City where he attend
ed a big Masonic picnic during the
pant week. He is visiting the cities
of Eastern Oregon in the interest of
C. C. Chapman, editor of the Ore
gon Voter, accompanied by his wife
and daughter and R. 8. Howard, vice
president of Ladd and Tilton bank of
Portland and his grandson, Robert
S. Howard, were in Heppner for a
short time on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Chapman and Mr. Howard are
making a vigorous campaign in sup
port of the income tax repeal meas
ure. They have been ntuking the
principal points all over the state
and Heppner is on the last lap of
their journey of several thousand
Rev. N. J. Reasoner and wife of
Athena, were visitors here over Sun
day. Mr. Reasoner has been pastor
of the Christian church at Athena
during the past year, and preached
for the congregation of the Church
of Christ here on Sunday morning,
and also at the union meeting at the
Methodist church in the evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Reasoner returned to their
home at Athena on Monday.
For Sale 300 acres of good stubble
pasture; one stack straw and one
stack wheat hay. Running water
through place. Eph Eskelson, Lex
ington, Ore. 2tp.
Mrs. Pat Kubat, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Le Trace of this city,
arrived by auto from Portland at the
end of the week and spent a couple
of days visiting her home folks. fche
returned to Portland on Tuesday, be
ing accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
UTrace and her sister, Mrs. Oram
Wright, who contemplate spending a
couple of weeks visiting in the city.
R. L. Burkhart and wife of Albany
spent Sunday and a portion of Mon
day in Heppner, enjoying a visit with
their old-time friends, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Huston. Mr. Burkhart, who is
a breeder of fine Jersey cattle, is
making a tour of the Eastern Oregon
country, taking in all of the princi
pal towns and cities and not missing
any of the points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Jones, of
Pasco, arrived here late Saturday
evening to spend a few days with
relatives. They returned homo yes
terday, being accompanied by Mrs.
E. N. Crawford, mother of Mrs. Jones,
who will spend a portion of the fall
months at the Jones home in Patico.
Frank Turner and family, accom
panied by Miss Lorena Palmateer,
departed Sunday morning for Leh
man springs. They will spend a week
at this popular resort and expect to
drive over to the Wallowa Wonder
land and spend a few days at the
lake before returning to Heppner.
Miss Palmateer intended visiting
with the Howard M. James family at
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Hughes de
parted Monday for their vacation
which they will spend at Portland
and other points in Oregon and
Washnigton. They were accompanied
as far as Portland by Mrs. Riley Ju
day, who was returning home after
a short visit with relatives heie.
Chas. Vaughn and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Stone, Earl Gilliam and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ball, Mr.
and Mrs. Orval Rasmus are among
the Hcppnerites who departed the
end of the week for a fortnight's so
journ at Lehman Springs, which is
quite a popular resort this Beason.
Prof, and Mrs. E. H. Hedrick arriv
ed home on Friday last from Ash
land, where they had been spending
a short vacation following the close
of the summer school sessions at
Eugene. Mr. Hedrick is getting things
ready for the opening of the fall
term of school.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymonl Ttruson
arrived home on Monday evening
from a- trip to Monte sumo, Wash.
They were accompanied by thj Misses
Margaret and Mary Crawford who
have been absent for some time, vis
iting with relatives at Portland fend
The Gilliam County fair dates are
October 2, 3 and 4 at Condon, and
preparations are being made for a
big display of livestock and agricul
tural exhibits, combined with three
days of horse racing and a track meet
for the school children of Gilliam
Keep down your clothing costs this year.
A combination of our
SLIP-OVER SWEATER COATS
ROUGH NECK SWEATERS
(Both Bradley and Jantzen Makes)
SCHOOL DRESS PANTS
Make a serviceable and dressy outfit,
David A. Wilson
A Man's Store for Men
J. A. Patterson arrived home on !
Sunday from Pasadena, Calif., having
spent three weeks on a visit to his
son, B. R. Patterson, who is engaged
in business at that Southern Calif
ornia city. He reports Ben feeling
fine and enjoying a good business.
The Misses Rubina and Violet Cor
rigall and Ellen Hergstrom returned
on Monday from two weeks of vaca
tion spent at Iehman Springs and
Wallowa Lake. Miss Ruby Correal!
is again at her place in the first
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnston re
turned on Monday after spending
two weeks of vacation at Portland
and the beach. Dr. Johnston is now
again buny at his office in the L O.
O. F. building.
The family of W. P. Mahoney re
turned Sunday from a short sojourn
at Lehman Springs, Mr. Mahoney tak
ing his vacation from the duties at
the First National bank.
Elizabeth Phelps will organize a
music class September 1st for the
coming term. See or phone her ar.
her home. Phone Main 775.
Sam Hughes arrived home on Sun
day from Portland. He spent sev
eral days the past week in the city,
taking in Buyers' Week.
Wanted To lease large wheat
ranch, partly equipped, in good wheat
belt; have own help. W. M. Aschen
brenner, Heppner. 8tp.
Mrs. Josie Jones departed for Pen
dleton on Saturday and is spending
a wjeek or so with her relatives in
Roy Neill and family were vistiors
in the city Tuesday from their farm
home on Big Butter creek.
School books are cash. All mail
orders sent C. 0. D. Patterson k Son,
Humphreys Drug Co.
FOR SALE Light-six touring car.
New top. Four nearly new tires.
Spare has never been used. Recently
thoroughly overhauled. No nse for a
ear the reason for selling. Bargain
if taken soon. 1924 license. Phelps
Peaches for Sale Elbertas and
Hulrs. Ready now. $1.35 p?r box,
prepaid. A. E. Anderson, Route 1,
The Dalles, Oregon.
Paperhanging, decorating, painting,
by experienced man. Prices reason
able. Inquire at Peoples Hardware
Dr. D. R. Haylor, eye specialist,
will be in Heppner, Sept. 1 and 2.
Do your eyes need attention?
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter No.
7, In good repair. Bargain. Phelps
DR. D. R. HAYLOR
will be In Heppner September I and 2
DO YOUR EYES NEED ATTENTION?
You can rid your home of
roaches and keep them away
permanently by its use. Kills
roaches in 3 to S minutes.
HUMPHREY'S DRUG COMPANY
Light - Six Touring
Car has a one-piece
shield. Clear vision
plus complete pro
tection. Don't buy
a car at $500 or over
without getting this
Maurice A. Frye
Don't buy blindfolded
Heppner Lexington lone
Far In the North "Old Man
Winter" is packing kit and
bag. Soon now he will start
on his annual Southern trip.
He is coming to Morrow
County. He has never yet
missed visiting us and he
certainly is a troublesome
guest to have around unless
hearth fires are aglow.
He is company that none
of us can ignore, so we had
just as well prepare for him
Stolen from my ranch near Ritter
in the early spring, one bay . mare,
weight about 1100 lbs., white spot in
forehead, branded A on left stifle;
one bald-faced sorrel horse, weight
about 1160, white spots around eyes,
branded LR connected on left shoul
der. I will pay $10.00 reward for the
recovery of each of these animals and
(250.00 for evidence leading to the
conviction of the culprits taking
them. L, F. RESINQ. Ritter, Ore.
Takiag Up of Estrayed Aaimala
I have taken up and now hold at my
farm, miles southwegt of board
man, the following described ani
mals: one sorrel horse, branded re
versed LD on left hip, age sbout 8
years, weight about 750 pounds; one
brown mare, age about 3 years, weight
about 1000 lbs., no visible brands.
FRANK PARTLOW, Boardman, Ore.
FOR 8AI.E 3000 first class posts,
nearly all tamarack, at sc on ground.
Dry, ready for use. Southeast Par
ker's Mill mile and a half. SILAS A.
For Sale LeRoy engine for McCor
mick or Deering combine; good run
ning condition; price (165.00. Theo
dore Beck, Eight Mile, Ore. 3t.
Wanted Two housekeeping rooms
by young woipan and her brother
wntle extending scnool at npppner.
Inquire at this office.
Women wanted for work on pears
and app!es commencing about AugUit
15th. LIBBY. Mc.NIi.L4. Ul,
The Dalles, Oregon. a7-S.
For sale cheap, or trade for milk
nw ood -vear-old Shoo-ahorn
bull. Eph Eskelson, Lexington, Ore.
For Sale or Trade for cattle, two
good, gentle school ponies, i and 7
years old. A. W. bemmell, Heppner.
FOR SALE 24 Rambouillet bucks,
3 years old; 10 coarse bucks. Fine
condition. W. B. Barratt A Son.
ONE OF THE STRONGEST COMPANIES IN AMERICA
For Rent Seven room house with
bath; other conveniences on prem
ises. See C. A. Minor.
For Rent Furnished apartment,
four rooms and bath. Mrs. A. L.
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Text books for all grades.
Tablets, Composition Books, Pens, Pencils,
Erasers, Ink, Paste, Crayons, etc.
Humphreys Drug Co.
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We have a large showing of
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TISSUES, RATINES, ORGANDIES
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